VILNIUS - The European Parliament has passed the so-called mobility package, a major reform of the road transport sector that is opposed by the Baltic countries and six other member states on the EU's periphery.
MEPs endorsed a compromise on the mobility package reached in December.
In addition to Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, the package was also opposed by Bulgaria, Cyprus, Hungary, Malta, Poland and Romania.
"The revised rules for posting of drivers, drivers' driving times and rest periods and better enfor...
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